We Show How Local Food-Delivery Apps Faced Off with Big Tech

In “Big Tech’s food-delivery apps face a grassroots revolt,” published with Mother Jones, Dean Kuipers explains how restaurants got fed up with the exorbitant fees and other aggressive tactics from food-delivery apps like Grubhub and Uber Eats. So they took action and formed local delivery co-ops in an effort to drive those apps out.

This story was posted to Eatzy, a platform that allows users to launch their own restaurant delivery app.

The piece received social media attention from Maryland Pesticide Education Network, American Independent Business Alliance, Direct Local (tech company focused on local business networking, Ruth Lehrer (Author of BEING FISHKILL), and Mother Jones Food.

Our media partner for this story, Mother Jones, has a monthly readership of 8M. In addition, they have a total social media following of 2.7M.

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